Dolphins are loved creatures of the sea, and symbolise joy, romance, and freedom, and are considered sacred and water spirits in some countries.

In Ancient Greece, Poseidon wanted to marry Amphitrite, a beautiful nereid, so he sent a dolphin, called Delphinus, to find her. Delphinus persuaded Amphitrite to accept Poseidon’s invitation, and as a token of gratutude Poseidon placed the image of a dolphin among the stars.Delphinus is the name for dolphin, in Latin.

This Roman Bathroom Dolphin mosaic tiles comes from the Roman frieze Halicarnassus 4th century, which is displayed at The British Museum and

has been reproduced by Roman Vision.

* Roman style traditional hand crafted mosaic tiles wall hanging and bathroom tile designs with mosaics using marble and natural stone
* The mosaic contains over 300 tesserae.
* Size: 150 x 150 mm (6in x 6in). Please note that the size is approximate.
* Felt on a resin back.
* Mosaic Comes in an elegant gift box.
These unique mosaic tiles wall hangings make the ideal gift, especially for weddings and anniversaries.
There is a hook at the back of the wall hanging so it can be hung.
If you prefer, the felt can be removed and you can glue and then grout it onto a wall or floor.
They are ideal mosaic tiles for the living room, kitchen, dining room, lounge, conservatory, study, patio, garden, office, yacht, veranda, bathroom, spa, wet room, swimming pool, for a house plaque.
They are ideal mosaic tiles for interior and exterior design as they are waterproof, fadeproof and weatherproof.

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Additional information

Weight 500 g


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